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International Workshop on Dynamics in Viscous Liquids III

Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei Centro Linceo Interdisciplinare “Beniamino Segre” Rome, Palazzina dell’Auditorio Via della Lungara, 230 March 30 – April 2, 2011

Programme

Organization Giorgio Parisi, Thomas Voigtmann, and Emanuela Zaccarelli

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Wednesday, March 30 08:00

Registration

08:45

Welcome Note G. Parisi, E. Zaccarelli, and Th. Voigtmann Session 1, Chair: Hartmut L¨ owen

09:00

W. Kob, Universit´e Montpellier 2 Static and Dynamic Length Scales in Glass-Forming Liquids

09:20

C. Dasgupta, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore Growing length scales and their relation to growing time scales in glass-forming liquids

09:40

M. Mosayebi, ETH Z¨ urich A static correlation length diverging at the glass transition

10:00

C. Cammarota, CEA, Saclay A phase-separation perspective on dynamic heterogeneities in glass-forming liquids

10:20

Coffee break Session 2, Chair: Wolfgang G¨ otze

10:50

G. Szamel, Colorado State University Dynamic glass transition: mode-coupling theory, replica approach and emergence of rigidity

11:10

K. Miyazaki, University of Tsukuba Is the Mode-Coupling Theory a Mean Field Description of the Glass Transition?

11:30

R. Schilling, Universit¨ at Mainz Mean-field limit of mode-coupling theory

11:50

F. Zamponi, CNRS, Paris Quantum glass transition and superfluidity of hard spheres

12:10

Lunch Session 3, Chair: Kia Ngai

14:00

J. C. Dyre, Roskilde University Isomorphs in liquid phase diagrams and their consequences for viscous dynamics

14:20

A. Meyer, Deutsches Zentrum f¨ ur Luft- und Raumfahrt, K¨oln Relation of properties of mass transport with melt structure in multicomponent viscous metals

14:40

P. Gallo, Universit` a Roma Tre Slow dynamics and fragile-to-strong transition in confined water and in aqueous solutions.

15:00

J. Wuttke, Forschungszentrum J¨ ulich Supercooled water dynamics near the resolution limit of neutron backscattering

15:20

Coffee break Session 4, Chair: Andrea Puglisi

15:50

K. Kroy, Universit¨ at Leipzig Hot Brownian Motion: When Big Beads Beat Bittie Beads

16:10

N. Gnan, Universit` a di Roma “La Sapienza” Predicting The Effective Temperature of a Glass

16:30

M. Medina-Noyola, Universidad Aut´onoma de San Luis Potos´ı Incomplete Equilibration of Dense Hard-Sphere Fluids

16:55

D. Villamaina, Universit` a di Roma “La Sapienza” Ratchet effect in an aging glass

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Thursday, March 31 Session 5, Chair: Frank Scheffold 09:00

M. Laurati, Universit¨ at D¨ usseldorf Dynamics of Supercooled Colloidal Dispersions under Flow: A Study of Transient Regimes

09:20

J. Horbach, Deutsches Zentrum f¨ ur Luft- und Raumfahrt, K¨oln The relaxation of stresses in a glassforming soft-sphere mixture after the switch-off of shear

09:40

J.M. Brader, University of Fribourg Nonlinear response of dense colloidal suspensions under oscillatory shear

10:00

M. Siebenb¨ urger, Helmholtz-Zentrum f¨ ur Materialien und Energie Berlin Startup experiments of concentrated suspensions

10:20

Coffee break Session 6, Chair: Stefan Egelhaaf

10:50

F. Weysser, Universit¨ at Konstanz A mixture of binary hard discs at the glass transition under shear

11:10

Ch. J. Harrer, Universit¨ at Konstanz Active and Nonlinear Microrheology

11:30

P. Chaudhuri, Universit´e Claude Bernard Lyon 1 Flow of soft jammed materials - linking global flow to local properties

11:50

R. Besseling, University of Edinburgh Shear banding and flow-concentration coupling in colloidal glasses

12:10

Lunch

13:45

Poster Session A

15:20

Coffee break Session 7, Chair: Srikanth Sastry

15:50

A. Heuer, Universit¨ at M¨ unster Facilitation effects in supercooled liquids as a key ingredient for the dynamics

16:10

P. Verrocchio, Universit` a di Trento Cooperatively rearranging regions and their interfaces close to the glass transition

16:30

M. Tarzia, Universit´e Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris First steps towards a renormalization group approach for glasses

16:50

S. Franz, CNRS and Universit´e Paris-Sud Field Theory of Fluctuations in Glasses

17:10

Break Session 8, Chair: Juan Colmenero

17:30

F. Sausset, Universit´e Paris Sud Characterizing order in amorphous systems

17:50

F. Cardinaux, University of Fribourg Heterogeneous dynamics in dense monodisperse emulsions

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Friday, April 1 Session 9, Chair: Thomas Voigtmann 09:00

P. Keim, University of Konstanz Dynamics and local order in a 2D colloidal glass former

09:20

C. Dalle-Ferrier, Universit¨ at D¨ usseldorf Glass-like dynamics of colloids in modulated potentials

09:40

S. Lang, Universit¨ at Erlangen-N¨ urnberg Glass transition in confined Geometry: A mode-coupling theory

10:00

D. Coslovich, Universit´e Montpellier II Slow dynamics in cluster crystals and cluster glasses

10:20

Coffe break Session 10, Chair: Emanuela Zaccarelli

10:50

S. Buzzaccaro, Politecnico di Milano Highly nonlinear dynamics in a slowly sedimenting colloidal gel

11:10

B. Ruzicka, Universit` a di Roma “La Sapienza” Phase Separation and Equilibrium gels in a colloidal clay

11:30

J. R. Gomez-Solano, CNRS, Lyon Nonequilibrium fluctuations of a Brownian particle in a quenched gelatin droplet

11:50

C. P. Royall, University of Bristol Faceted polyhedral colloidal ‘rocks’: low-dimensional slow networks

12:10

Lunch

13:45

Poster Session B

15:20

Coffee break Session 11, Chair: Giulio Biroli

15:50

L. Berthier, Universit´e Montpellier 2 Six ‘critical’ packing fractions for disordered hard sphere systems

16:10

M. Sperl, Deutsches Zentrum f¨ ur Luft- und Raumfahrt, K¨oln Glass Transition in Driven Granular Matter

16:30

H. Jacquin, Universit´e Paris Diderot – Paris 7 Microscopic many-body theory of the jamming transition

16:50

P. Charbonneau, Duke University Structural Correlations in Jammed and Glass-Forming Hard Spheres Fluids

17:10

Break Session 12, Chair: Ulrich Buchenau

17:30

G. Monaco, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble Macroscopic, mesoscopic and microscopic regimes for the dynamical properties of disordered systems

17:50

A. Arbe, Centro de F´ısica de Materiales, San Sebasti´an Nanophase Separation and Anomalous Dynamics in Comb-like Polymers

19:00

Conference Dinner (Ristorante Il Pompiere, via di Santa Maria de’ Calderari 38)

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Saturday, April 2 Session 13, Chair: Francesco Sciortino 09:00

A. S. Keys, University of California Berkeley Computer simulation study of structure and dynamics of elementary excitations in model glass forming liquids

09:20

G. Tarjus, Universit´e Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris The role of attractive forces in visquous liquids and its consequence for theories of the glass transition

09:40

H. Tanaka, University of Tokyo Structural signature of slow dynamics in supercooled liquids: Critical-like glassy structural ordering

10:00

E. Sanz, University of Edinburgh Crystallization Mechanism of Hard Sphere Glasses

10:20

Coffee break Session 14, Chair: Giorgio Parisi

10:50

C. A. Angell, Arizona State University An evaluation of the “ideal glassformer” concept, using van der Waals ellipsoids in the Gay-Berne model

11:10

F. Mallamace, Universit` a di Messina The dynamic crossover temperature is as important as the glass transition temperature: Evidence from liquid transport coefficients

11:30

Closing Remarks, G. Parisi

12:00

Guided Tour to Villa Farnesina